Apr 15 2019


Disability at the 2019 Pacific APA

Thursday Afternoon, 1:00–4:00 p.m.

APA Committee Session: Book Symposium: Shelley L. Tremain,
Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability
Arranged by the APA Committee on the Status of Women and
co-sponsored by the Society for Philosophy and Disability
Chair: Melinda Hall (Stetson University)
Speakers: Devonya N. Havis (Canisius College)
Jesse Prinz (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
Chloë Taylor (University of Alberta)
Commentator: Shelley Tremain (Independent Scholar)

Saturday Evening, 6:00–8:00 p.m.

Society of Philosophers in America, Session 2
Topic: Underrepresented Subjects
Chair: Sarah Woolwine (University of Central Oklahoma)
Speakers: Sarah Woolwine (University of Central Oklahoma)
“Knowing Disability Transactionally: A Pragmatist
Response to Epistemic Injustice”
Jay Potter (Claremont School of Theology)
“Listening to Voices Outside the Ivory Tower,
or When Was the Last Time You Quoted a
Native American?: On Pragmatist and Native
Yannik Thiem (Villanova University)
“Representing Trans? Trouble with Catego

Saturday Evening, 6:00–9:00 p.m.

Society for Philosophy and Disability
Topic: Disability, Prenatal Selection, and Parenthood
Chair: Kaitlin Louise Pettit (University of Utah)
Speakers: David Wasserman (National Institutes of Health)
“Is There a Mean in Prenatal Selectivity? If So, What
Are the Extremes?”
Tiffany Campbell (University of Utah)
“Prenatal Genetic Therapy and Disability: Can the
‘Open Future’ View Answer to the Expressivist
Adam Cureton (University of Tennessee)
“Remarks on Campbell and Blankmeyer Burke”
Jonathan Chernoguz (Harvard University)
“Remarks on Goering and Wasserman”
Sara Goering (University of Washington)
“Resisting Eugenic Pressures: Parenthood,
Reproductive Technologies, and the (Surprising?)
Virtue of Being Content with Imperfection”
Teresa Blankmeyer Burke (Gallaudet University)

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